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28 Army Generals Send Letters of Endorsement
To the Inventor of the Gread Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na.
GEN. S. S. YODER.
General B. 8. Yodcr, ex-Member of Congres? from Ohio, In a recent letter to
Pr Hartman, speaks o? Poru?a nu follows:
Washington, D. C.
Peruna Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, C:
Gfmtlcmen,?"I desire to Bay that I hnve found Pernnn to be a wonderful
remedy. 1 only used It for a short timo anal am thoroughly satisfied as to Its merits.
I cannot find words to express my gratification for th<* results obtained. As a
?catarrh cure I shall gladly recomni?.-nd It to all sufferer?."?S. S. Yoder.
A LETTER FROM GENERAL O'CONNOR.
Gen. Dennis O'Connor, Adjt. Gen'l U. V. Legions, 738?32nd
St., N. W., Washington, D. C_, writes:
"If you are suffering from catarrh or physical debility, imme?
diately commence the use of Peruna. It has been of the greatest
benefit and service to many of my friends."?Dennis O'Connor.
More men of national Importance en?
dorse Peruna than any other medicine.
We luive the autograph letters on file
for all of the following statements:..
General Wright Eulogizes Pe-ru-na.
General Marcus Wright. 172t Corcoran
Street. Washington, D. C. a prominent
Confederate General, who Is In ?.-barge
of getting; up the records of th<- War of
the Rebellion, has the following to say
In regard to Pertina:
"I take pleasure In recommending Pe?
runa. It is a remarkable nxidlclne and
liirnild be, used by persons who are In
need of a goo?! tonic and by sufferers
from catarrh."?Marcus Wright.
General Sebring's Endorsement.
Gen. W. II. Sebrlng, an ulllcer of the
Confcalerate Army, and late Brigadier
General of the Florida State Mllltla, Is
also ex-County Judge of Devy county,
Fin. This prominent gentleman In a
letter from 133 West 4th Street, Juck
Eonville, Fla., writes;
"I can cheerfully recommend your
valuable remedy, IVruna. as a very ox
cella-nt tonic, and also ?good for coughs,
colds, catarrh and general debility."?
W. H. Sebrlng.
General Urell's Letter.
? General M. JEmmet (Jroll, was newly
elected Commaniler-in-Ohlef of the Na?
tional Organization of Spanish War
Veterans, of Which President It?osevelt
Is a member. An Incident connected
with this organization we tell in the
General's own words:
"I accomplished something In Detroit
which few men In the United States,
nnd, Indeed, few men In tiie world, can
do," snld General Urell. "I commanded
the President and had the patlsfnctlon
of seeing hlrn obey. I was In charge
of tho convention when I noticed Miss
Clara Barton enter the room. Turning
to President Roosevelt. I said: ''Com?
rade Roosevelt, 1 detail yon to proceed
to the ?loor and <-ncort Miss Barton to
a seat on tho platform." The President
Jumped up like any of you boys would
have don?*, and performed his dut}*."
j This prominent General recommends
I Peruna In the following words:
"Many of tny frlMiilH have used Pe
i runa with beneficial results as an effec
' tlve remedy for catarrh."?M. Emmet
I Uroll. 813 12th St.', N. W? Washington,
Gen. Middleton Benefited by Peruna. ?
General John Middleton. Colonel of
Hancock Regiment. U. V. U., In a let
ter from 111 E St. N. W., Washington.
D. C. writes:
"Your preparation of P?rima as a cure
fiar catarrh as well as a tonic deserves
:lic gintlturle of those afflicted -v'th that
disease; as well as physical prostration.
I have been much benefited In every
respect In various ways, and I feel It a
duty to recunmend its usofulncss ti my
fellow citizens."?Gen. John Middleton.
General Sypher Cured of Neuralgia by j
General J. H. Syp'iier, Washington.
D. C. writes:
"After suffering for years with neu- J
ralgla I was persuaded by a friend to
give Peruna a trial, nnd can cheerfully
recommend It to any one who suffers ;
with neuralgia, as a cure, and also ns a '
EX-BRIGADIER GENERAL J. FLOYD KING
. Q?neral J. Floyd King, of Louisiana, was a member of thu 1'Jlh Congress, ami
?(ras lirlgadliir-Guiicrnl In the Confederate Army from the ci'iiumciu-cnicut to the
?nd of tho Civil Wur. Ho writes from \Vuslilui;tnn, D. O., ns followti:
.The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, 0.:
Gentlemen,?"Being personally acquainted with many distin?
guished men, national statesmen and others of high character from
uli over the United States who I observe by the public prints have
.given their endorsement to your great catarrh remedy, Per?na, I
unhesitatingly state that I am convinced it is ? medicine which will
, effect tfU the cures which is claimed for its use." J. FLOYD KING, j
No Other Catarrh Remedy Has
Ever Received Such Great
"Pe-ru-na is an Effective Cure for
General James R, O'Belrne, 290 Broadway, Washington, De, C, late Commissioner of Charities of New York City,
N. Y., and Assistant Commissioner of Immigration, writes as follows:
"As many of my friends and acquaintances have successfully used your Peruna as a catarrh
cure, I feel that it is an effective remedy, and I recommend it as such to those suffering from that
disease as a most hopeful source of relief." JAMES R. O'BEIRNE.
Gen. Powell Completely Reatored.
General W. H. Powell, Department
Commander of Hecker Post, No. AA3,
, Belleville, 111., writes:
! "Following a severe attack of la grippe
, In 1S90 I have suffered greatly and con
; tlnuously from a constantly Increasing
, stuhhorn case of catarrh of the head and
? stomach. All prescrlhod remedies fall
? Irig to yield permanent relief, I was In
! duced to try Peruna, and hegan its use
i In August. 1880. In using one bottle I
? became convinced of Its curativo quall
1 ties and contlnuc-d its use to date. All
i symptoms of catarrh have disappeared,
j yet I continue Its moderato use as a pre?
ventive and an old man's tonic."?W.
t H. Powell.
General Hawley Uses Peruna.
1 General .A. F. Hawley, Washington,
D. C, writes:
"I have used Peruna and tlnd It very
beneficial for kidney trouble, and espe?
cially go?i?l for coughs, colds and catar
General Erwin's Recommend.
General John P. Erwin, Washington,
D. C, writes:
"Many of my friends have used Po
| runa as a dyspepsia remedy, with the
| most beneficial results."
I General Payne Writes.
I General Eugene 13. Pnyne, 407 4th St.,
? N. \V'? Washington, D. C, writes:
"I join with my comrades in recom?
mending Periinu to my friends as a re?
markable remedy for coughs, colds and
catarrhnl trouble, and to anyone who
peeda an Invigorating tunic to build up
General Bigelow Cured.
Gen. J. (i.. Bigolow, lfil O St., N. W.,
Washington, D. C. writes:
"I am huppy to say I have succeeded
In curing what threatened to become n
serious affliction by taking tho simple
and not dlsr_r;reeuble remedy of a few
bottles of ivrunu. It hns made mo well
and It has given mo morn than ordinary
strength and spirit for work."
General Schell Benefited.
Hrig.-On. F. M. Schell, Washington,
D. 0? writes:
"At the Holleltntlon of a fr?en?* I was
advised to uso your Peruna, and after
giving It a fair trial, 1 fj>ol very much
benefited. It is Indeed -a wonderful
tunic, and for coughs and colds I know
of nothing better."
General Talley Uses Peruna.
Gen. Win. Cooper Talley, Urlg. Gon.
1st Regt, l'a. Vol., V. 8. A., ex-Member
Pennsylvania Legislature 1873 to 1870.
In a letter from 71a D St., N. E.. Wash?
ington, 1). C? writes:
"Vour I'eruna hns been used by menial
my frlonals as a relief for cntarrhal trou?
bles witli the most litnclla-lal resulta.
I am so 'iiiivluced of its i-tllcucy thut I
do not lu-altutu to give It my recoin
ineudutloii."?Wm. Cooper Talley,
A FAMOUS GENERAL
<yiOrO^C>^OiO iO ?040-sOtO*0^
2 GEN. JAMES LONGSTRKET. o
Of tho great Generals of tho Oonfedn
riito Army in tin- United StutoH fow re?
main. Tho most conspicuous llgtiro
aiuoiig theaci Is General f James Long
street, of Galni-.Hvlll'-. Gil. Ills loyalty
and courage In defending tho lost causo
won tha- admiration of tho world. As n
Survivor of that splendid chivalry pecu?
liar to our Southern State? two genora
tlons 'ugo. General l.nngstreot lu ono of
tho most unique men of hi? age.
He is a mini of fow woriis, but when
ho ?lot-a spprik his opinions aro uccopUtf!
by his fellow-countrymen with profound
respect, If not rovi-mnoe. In coinnienf
Ing upon Perlina, the old Gunornl madn
use of tin? following language:
"I can testify to the merits of Ponina,
both us a tonic nuil a catarrh remedy.
lVriina onJoyH the greatest reiiutiitlori
as a catarrh remedy of any medicino yet
Goneral Sinn Us Benefited.
General 'Hubert Smalls, ex-M. . C. und
now collector "f customs at Beaufort,
S. O., who resides at Heiuifort, S. O., in
u recent I'o'tter from Washington. D. 0..
"I luivo used l'li'iiiia for ???uurrhul
troubles and lllul " hoHPflclul and to bo
all that It promises, and freely jjlvo It
my unquttliiled (?commendation.*'
Perunn has become to be so universally
recognized aa a specific euro for catarrh,
ooute or chronic, coughs, colds, bron
chltic, tlint It Is amazing that any one
should continue to suffer on with such
a terrlblo malady, neglecting to tnko a
course of treatment with It. Of course
I It may be that some people have not yet
com? to know of this great catarrh rem?
edy, but It Is strange thnt It should bo
so after such multitudes have been
cured by It and so many pape-re have
heralded It from ono end of tho country
to tho other. But the news travels
faster and faster every month, nnd no
onb can fall to soe thnt the time la iipt
far distant when Ponina will be known
in every household In tho ?and.
General Butler Relieved by Peruna.
Ex. U. S. Senator M. C. Butler, of
South Carolina, In ft recent letter to Tho
Perunn Medicine Co. from Washington,
D. C., says:
"I can recommend Peruna for dys?
pepsia ami stomach trouble. I have
been using your medicino for a short
period and I feel very much relieved. It
Is indeed n wonderful medicine, besides
a good tonic."?M. 0. Butler.
General Abbott Believes in Peruna.
Q?h. Ira C. Abbott, 00? M St., N. W.,
Washington, D. <"'?. writes:
"I am fully convinced, that your rem?
edy Perunn In an excellent ton!?;. Mirny
of my friends liavo used It with the
moat beneficial results for coughs, colds
and catairlml trouble,"
Captain Yarnell Benefited by Peruna.
Captain M. G, Varuoll, Tost Com?
mander Wm. Downs Tost, No, ?is, o. A.
R., writes from 2822 Lincoln Street, N. E.,
Washington, D. (-., ns follows, concern?
ing Perunn nu a catarrh euro. Ho says:
"Your medicine, Peruna, I bellevo to
be the heat medicino for catarrh on tho
market. I have taken only n small
amount, and can see very beuellclal re?
sults. I shall continuo Its use nnd ro
ciiiniuend II to my friends and qoini'UllOS
for all catnrrhal affections."?W, G.
General McBride'u Recommend.
J. n. MoBrfdo, former Brlgndler-Gon
ernl United States Army Volunteers, tu
n letter from -150 Pennsylvania Ave.,,.
N. w.. Washington, P- '".. writes:
"As many of my friends have boon
greatly beno?ted by the use of your Pe
ruiia as a remedy for eaturrlinl troubles,
PS well as ?i most Invigorating tonic, I
have no hesitation In recoiniuetidliig it
to all' persons who are so afflicted,"?
J. 1). Mcltrlrle.
If you do not derivo prompt und satis?
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at onco to Or. Hartman, Klvlng a
full statement of your case, nnd ho will
lio pleased to give you Ills vulunblo ud
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman t?auKuriuu?, Columbus, o.
BRIG. GEN'L. GEO: W.COOK.
Brigadler-Genernl George W. Cook, Washington; D. C, writes:
"As a number of my friends have used Peruna for catarrh with
such good results, I can safely recommend it to all sufferers of like
disorders." BRIGADIER-GENERAL GEORGE W. COOK.
GENERAL DUFFIELD'S ENDORSEMENT.
' General W. W. Duffield, General in the Mexican war and Gene?
ral of the Union Army in the late Civil war, in a letter written from
"The Cairo," Washington, D. O, says the following of Peruna:
"I have used Peruna in my family and have found it a valuable
medicine, and take pleasure in recommending it to all who suffer
from catarrh of the stomach or who require a tonic of efficiency."
Peruna the Soldier's Friend.
No wonder the American soldier Is a
friend of Ponina, when such a renowned
oflleer as General Longstreet gives Po?
ru?a his hearty endorsement. Every
one connected with the army and navy
can have no reasonable doubt as to the
merits of the remedy. No remedy ever
yet devisefl hns received -such unstinted
eulogy .from so many renowned states?
men and military men as Peruna.
There Is a natural reason for this. Pe?
runa Is a specific for catarrh wherever
located. It not only Instantly cures
acute catarrh but oven old enses of
chronic catarrh vanish under its per?
sistent use. The soldier Is especially
subject to catarrh In somo form or
phase. Exposed as ho. is to constant
changes, subjected as he Is to tho vicissi?
tudes of climate, wet and dry, night and
day, ho finds catarrh to be his most In?
sidious and ever present foe. In field
and barracks. Peruna is equally effica?
cious. Taken In time, it will absolutely
prevent catching cold. After the cold
lias become established Peruna will
break it up quicker than any remedy
known to man. Even after tho cold has
settled in somo orgnn, Peruna can be
relied upon to promptly dispel It.
This Is why Peruna Is so popular In
tho army and navy to-dny. It is pre?
cisely tho remedy thnt meets tho par
tlcular Ills to which this class of people
nre exposed. Our army and navy is the
natural pi-otection of our country; Peruna
is the natural protection of the army
and navy In tho vicissitudes of climate
The number of spociflc catarrh reme?
dies is small indeed; tho number of ca?
tarrh palliatives Is li<glon. The effect ot
catarrh palliatives is often Immediate,
but always temporary; they nover cura
This kind of catarrh medicine in?
cludes sprays, snuffs, inhalants, gargles
and locnl applications of all kinds.
They seem to euro for awhile, but the
disenso Is sure to return.
General Noske Says:
Gen. Chas. F. Noske, 21.1 B St., N. W..
Washington, D. C. First Brig. Gonerni
District of Potomnc, U.'V. U? writes:
"I. as well as many of my friends and
acnuni in tanc?s who have suffered from
colds producing catarrh, have been using
your Peruna and have been much beno
11 ted by its curativo qualities. I com?
mend It to those who aro so troubled as
a most efficacious euro and os a good
General Lumax Writes.
Gen. L. L. Lumax, 1C03 10th St., Wash?
ington, D. C, writes:
"I can cheerfully recommend your
remedy ns a permanent and effective
euro for catarrh, colds, and to any one
who noods an Invigorating tonlo to build
up their system."
General Chase Knows Peruna.
Gen. B. F. Chaso, Asst. Adjt. General,
G. A. K.. In a letter from 2S Hurrlson St.,
Anaeostla. D. C, writes:
''The excellence of Peruna ns a euro
or relief for catarrlinl disturbances Is ?'
well established. Many o? my friends
have been benefited by its use."?B. F.
Brig Gen. DJ. Kir by.
l?ilgadl<-r-Guiu'nil 11. T. Kirby, Washington, 11. C? writes:
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.:
Ger.Memen,?-"I am much impressed with the curative qualities
of Peruna, as many of my friends have used it with such good re?
sults, and I can recommend it to all those who are afflicted with ca?
tarrh."?General D. T. Kirby.
The above testimonials are only specimens of the many thou
band letters received touching the merits of Peruna as a catarrhal
tonic. No more useful remedy to tone tup the system has ever been
devised by the medical profession.